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The Straits Times, 22 November 1948

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  • Masthead [Title Section]
    The Straits Times MALAYA'S LEADING NEWSPAPER: ESTABLISHED 1845 KIGHT PAGES SINGAPORE, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1948. PRICE TEN CENTS. i- I m  (21 words)
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  • CHIANG: "HELP US AT ONCE" [Articles]
    CHIANG: "HELP US AT ONCE" Communists Will Win Otherwise WASHINGTON, Sunday. PRESIDENT Chiang: Kai-shek was quoted m Washington last night as saying that China would fall to the Communists if the United States did not grant her further "direct and liberal" military aid, plus a loan for the stabilisation of...  (574 words)
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  • Untitled [Articles + Illustrations]
    THE pipes and drums of the 2nd Battalion Scots Guards and the Ist Battalion Seaforth Highlanders lead the Grenadier Guards down Mountbatten Road In Kuala Lumpur on Saturday. They marched through the town with colours flying and fixed bayonets. Straits Times picture.  (42 words)
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  • Let Jews Keep Negev: U.S. [Articles]
    Let Jews Keep Negev: U.S. PARIS, Sun. rVHE United State* told the United Nations yesterday that the Negev Desert area ol Southern Palestine should not be taken from Israel without the full consent of the Jews. Dr. Philip C. Jessup. the American delegate, said the Government In Washington was generally...  (171 words)
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  • Plane Hits Building [Articles]
    Plane Hits Building PARIS. Sun. "FOURTEEN people escaped death last night when a South African-owned p^senger plane crashed Into a power station on the outskirt of Orly airfield. Paris. The crash occurred when the plane ran out of petrol Just over a mile from the airfield. The plane, a DC-3....  (85 words)
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  • U.S. SNOWSTORM KILLS 13 [Articles]
    U.S. SNOWSTORM KILLS 13 CHICAGO. Sun. Thirteen people were dead today and scores marooned by towering snowdrifts In the wake of a storm which swept across the central United States. Thousands of cattle and ■heep were froze to death. Meanwhile, in New York, tht> temperature was 72 degrees, only two...  (62 words)
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  • "Hsuchow Is Vital" [Articles]
    "Hsuchow Is Vital" NANKING, Sun. PRESIDENT Chiang Kai- shek warned today that the security of the whole nation hinges on the battle of Hsuchow. He said this in a radio message to Sun Yuan Liang, commander of the Nationalist army group deployed south and south-east of Hsuchow. Commending Sun Yuan...  (190 words)
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  • Bandit Bugler Shot Running [Articles]
    Bandit Bugler Shot Running From Our Staff Correspondent IPOH, Sunday. POLICE in the Tronoh area of Perak yesterday challenged a man who was blowing a bugle. He started running and the police shot him dead. Troops and Police screened about 2,000 people in the area between Cnemor and Kanthan yesterday....  (214 words)
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  • Fought New Law Bill [Articles + Illustrations]
    Fought New Law Bill A BKOTHEK and sister, members of the Federal Lesislative Council, both criticised a clause m the new Courts Bill which seeks to allow the Public Prosecutor to appeal against acquittals. They are seen here after the Council meeting on Friday Mrs. B. H. Oon and Mr....  (65 words)
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  • FRANCE & INDIA 'FRIENDS' [Articles]
    FRANCE INDIA 'FRIENDS' PONDICHERRY, Sun. f NAUGURATING the French 1 Indian Assembly last night, Governor Baron expressed the hope that French India would remain a living link between France and India. Stressing the advantages for the French settlements of union with France, he said that "two great nations with divergent...  (115 words)
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  • American Prefers The ' 'Considerate Japs [Articles]
    American Prefers The 'Considerate Japs NEW YORK, Sunday. AN unemployed marine said today that he planned to renounce his United States citizenship to live m Japan "where the people are plain and considerate." Robert G. Nelson, aged 35, blamed "Wall Street cartels and monopolies" for his decision. "Monopolies and cartels,"...  (119 words)
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  • SYRIAN POST [Articles]
    SYRIAN POST DAMASCUS, Sun. Farls Bey El Khoury, Syrian representative at the United Nations Security Council and a former Prime Minister, was today unanimously elected President of the Syrian Parliament for one year.— Reuter.  (34 words)
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  • DUTCH PEACE MISSION TO INDONESIA [Articles]
    DUTCH PEACE MISSION TO INDONESIA THE HAGUE, Sunday. HOLLAND is sending a strong Cabinet delega- tion to Indonesia to seek a "definite solution" of the three-year-old dispute with the Republicans, it was officially announced today. The delegation, which leaves shortly will include the Foreign Minister (Dr. Stikker), recently back from...  (162 words)
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  • NO. 1 TERRORIST GOING TO U.S. [Articles]
    NO. 1 TERRORIST GOING TO U.S. PARIS, Sun. Menahem Belgin, 37-year-old leader of the now disbanded Irgun, Zval Leumi, arrived in Paris < today from Tel Aviv on hla way to New York. He was "No. 1 terrorist" under the British Palestine mandate, and now heads the "Freedom" political party...  (68 words)
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  • PRINCESS & DUKE TOGETHER [Articles]
    PRINCESS DUKE TOGETHER LONDON. Sun. Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh yesterday spent their first wedding anniversary quietly at Buckingham Palace. The Princess's doctors visited her again and It was understood that the Princess and her son, born last Sunday, were continuing to make good normal progress. The King...  (60 words)
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  • 18 Engines To Carry Rice [Articles]
    18 Engines To Carry Rice WASHINGTON. Sun. It was announced today that the Siamese government had bought 18 narrow-gauge locomotives from the American War Assets Administration to help haul Siam's rice crop for export. The locomotives were originally built for United States military use m Japan. Hostilities ended before they...  (55 words)
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  • Berlin 'Door Left Open' Once More [Articles]
    Berlin 'Door Left Open' Once More PARIS. Sun. RUSSIA was today reported to have "left the door open" for a settlement of the Berlin dispute, as the U.S. Secretary of State (Mr. George Marshall) prepared to leave for Washington to report to President Truman. J. Daskovich. chief aide to the...  (102 words)
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  • ITALIAN FLEET [Articles]
    ITALIAN FLEET TARANTO. Sun. T w o squadrons of the Italian fleet have left for their first postwar winter manoeuvres. AP.  (21 words)
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  • Page 1 Advertisements

  • Cable Flashes

    • Untitled [Articles + Illustrations]
      FLEMISH bonnet on show in London is a simple combination of white pique straw and navy velvet. Router picture  (19 words)
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    • 'Hard Work,No Boy Friends Recipe For Age Of 115 [Articles]
      'Hard Work,No Boy Friends Recipe For Age Of 115 m4Wf LONDON, Sunday. DRI TAIN S oldest inhabitant, Miss Isabella Shepherd, has died at St Asaph (Wales) at the official age of 115. No one knew her exact age, because she was born in London before birth registration became compulsory 112...  (117 words)
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    • Wheat For India [Articles]
      Wheat For India LONDON, Sun.— Chile has offered to sell India about 20.000 metric tons of wheat. Reports from Santiago mentioned the figure of 100.000 tons, because Chile's crop far exceeded domestic requirements.—Reuter.  (33 words)
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    • SCIENCE SPOKE IN TWO VOICES [Articles]
      SCIENCE SPOKE IN TWO VOICES PARIS. Sun. DELEGATES to the United Nations Social Committee complained on Saturday that their earphones were delivering English into the right and Russian into the left ear, so the committee had to adjourn. The debate was on scientific advancement. A.P.  (45 words)
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    • BORROWED 5s.-WON FOUR CUPS [Articles]
      BORROWED 5s.WON FOUR CUPS LONDON. Sun. A small boy borrowed five shillings from his father spent half the money on worms, and entered a »«a angling competition at Eastbourne with 200 expert fishermen. He caught one fish— a 21b. 5 oz. plaice and won four cups and six prizes with...  (52 words)
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    • Bevin In Bed [Articles]
      Bevin In Bed LONDON. Sun.— The Foreign Secretary (Mr. Ernest BevinJ who went to Eastbourne two weeks ano for a rest spent the first 11 days In bed. His health has troubled him repeatedly durimr the past two years.— A.P  (40 words)
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    • Fire At Sea [Articles]
      Fire At Sea DURBAN. Sun.— The 7.000ton vessel Beatus. on her wav to Australia with a cargo of Yorkshire coal, has Dut back into Durban safely after a three-day race against, fire.— A.P  (33 words)
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    • Rice Control [Articles]
      Rice Control MANILA. Sun.— Proclaiming a state of rice emergency. President Quirlno has ordered immediate Government control and licensing of the industry.— Reuter  (23 words)
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    • World Youth [Articles]
      World Youth DETROIT, (U.S.) Bun— The Executive Council of th» Youth for Christ International announced on Saturday that world congresses on evangelism would be held next year at Shanghai or Toklo and at Zurich. (Switzerland). A P  (37 words)
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    • Ship Mined [Articles]
      Ship Mined RANGOON, Sun Eight persons are today feared lost as a result of the sinking of the Rangoon Port Commi*sioner's survey ship Chintas 30 miles down the river from Rangoon. It is believed to have struck a mine.— Reuter.  (40 words)
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    • THE SINGAPORE AUCTIONEERS [Articles]
      THE SINGAPORE AUCTIONEERS A name you can trust When you sell or buy some- thing Over 20 years experience at youf service 1 Patronise by His Britannic Majesty's Government (Civil Military) The Consular Bodies. SH.B Authorities. ETC.. ETC. No. 64. Chulia St. Ist Floor Tel. 3529.  (46 words)
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    • MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, NEGRI SEMBILAN [Articles]
      MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, NEGRI SEMBILAN Three vacancies will occur for Probationer Hospital Assistants on January Ist. 1949. Candidates mu&t be over 18 md under 23 years of age and must have been bom and educated m the Federation of Malaya. Application* for these vacancies may be made to State Medical Sz...  (61 words)
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  • Page 2 Advertisements

    • Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      NOTICES AUCTION SALE OF VALUABLE SINGAPORE PROPERTIES To Be Held At Our Saleroom, Nos. 14 A 16 Robinson Road, On Thursday, 25th November, 1948 At J.SO P.M. Lot 1. 999 years' leasehold land and houses Nos. 61. 63 65 Kerbau Road, area 3.169 sq.ft. Total monthly rent $99.40. Lot 2....  (1217 words)
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    • Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
      NOTICES NOTICE Notice M hereby given that I, Lee Kwee, of No. 50. Mosque Street, Singapore, have appi."«d to the Board of Licensing Justices, Singapore, for a Second Class Bar Licence, to sell Beer and Stout, for consumption on thr ground floor of No. 50. Mosque Street, Singapore, and that...  (696 words)
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    • Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Advertisements]
      SHIPPING NOTICES NEDERLAND LINE ROTAL DUTCH MAII M.V. "JAVA" due Singapore about 26th N<IP4B Loading cargo alonzs;.: S H B Wharvet tor: Amsterdam Rotterdam Foi careo and oartlcularr tleaapdv to:— MIiLKLAND UNE KOYAL DUTCH MAIL 41 Robinson Roao TEL: 7128 3444 HOLLAND EAST ASIA LLNE NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES S.S. "MOLENKERK...  (230 words)
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    • Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Advertisements]
      P. W. D. TENDER NOTICE Sealed tenders will be received from registered P.W.D. contractor:, at the Office of the Director of Public Works, Federation of Malaya. Maxwell Road, Kuala Lumpur, up to noon on 3 12 48 for the supply >t spare part* for motor vehlclej for the period 1...  (198 words)
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    • Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Advertisements]
      P. W. D. TENDER NOTICE Tender* from registered P W D contractors will be received at the Office of the Director of Public Works. Federation of Malaya Maxwell Road. Kuala Lumpur up to noon of the 20th December, 1948. for the supply and delivery of petrol, oil and lubricants to...  (140 words)
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    • Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Advertisements]
      Come See NEW KEROSENE jpi cniyci |^/V//V\ WITH EVERY NEW X V\/ CONVENIENCE J Com* look, com* listen. Come see the wonderfa% nleot Servel Refrigerator that makes ice, ice ereenf keep« food cold— yet operates on.keroeene. It brings yvm every food-preserving convenience— a big sub-free7dnf compartment plus a flexible interior...  (352 words)
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  • 1,600 WAIT IN THE Q.E. Strike Pickets At Gangplanks [Articles]
    1,600 WAIT IN THE Q.E. Strike Pickets At Gangplanks SOUTHAMPTON, Sunday. CIXTEEN hundred passengers lined the rails of the liner Queen Elizabeth today and waited anxiously to learn whether 400 members of the crew, on strike, would go back to work. Pickets milled about the gangplanks of the liner while...  (200 words)
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  • Untitled [Articles + Illustrations]
    CATHEDRAL WEDDING of Mr. Alexander King and Miss Irene Gerry at Singapore on Saturday. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. U. Gerry of Hexham (England) and Mr. King is a son of the late Dr. and Mrs. A. King of St. Lucia (British West Indies). Straits...  (52 words)
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  • TWO STRIKES MAY END SOON [Articles]
    TWO STRIKES MAY END SOON NEW YORK, Sun. THE dock strike, which has almost completely paralysed most of the east coast of the United States for 10 days, today showed signs of breaking. The labourers reduced their wage increase demand from 50 cents an hour to 25 cents. Meanwhile negotiations...  (72 words)
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  • KASHMIR COUP FEARED [Articles]
    KASHMIR COUP FEARED KARACHI. Sun. THE High Commissioner for 1 India in Pakistan (Sri Prakasha) announced on Saturday night, that "ship- j ping is now available and Hindus in Pakistan who still wish to evacuate to India may ccme to Karachi." Surprised Pakistan official circles described the an- nouncement as...  (200 words)
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  • FARIDA TO KEEP A DAUGHTER [Articles]
    FARIDA TO KEEP A DAUGHTER CAIRO, Sun.— King Farou-i of E^ypt, whose divorce from 27-year-old Queen Farida was announced yesterday, will have care of two of their three daughters while the exQueen wilJ have the youngest, five-year-old Fadia, it was learned today. The two girls remaining in the King's care...  (61 words)
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  • Voice Of China [Articles]
    Voice Of China LIMA, PERU, Sun.— Arthur Jo Hoy San, aged 73, prominent Chinese resident of Lima and chairman of the Board of the newspaper The Voice of the Chinese Colony, died here yesterday. San had lived m Peru more than 50 years.— A.P.  (44 words)
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  • Singapore Diary [Articles]
    Singapore Diary TODAI T'N'T Monday morning market, Presbyterian Church Hall. Orchard Road, 8.30 --.m. to noon. Life Class. King Edward VII College of Medicine, 6 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. Charity Dance m ad of Handicapped Children's Fund, under the patronage of Lady Gim&on, organised by Auxiliary Police Officers. Volunteer Hall....  (105 words)
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  • ONE-VOTE VICTORY [Articles]
    ONE-VOTE VICTORY I ATHENS, Sun. THE new coalition governJ- ment of M. Themistocles Sophoulis, 88-year-old Greek Premier, obtained a vote of confidence by a majority of i one vote early today. 1 With 168 votes in its favour, against 167 for the combined opposition, the new Cabinet won a Parliamentary...  (120 words)
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  • Struggled 6,000 Miles— Too Late By Hours [Articles]
    Struggled 6,000 Miles— Too Late By Hours PARIS, Sunday. THE Rev. Michael Scott, a British-born Anglican A minister working among South-West Africans, arrived m Paris yesterday after a 6,000-mile trip too late by a few hours to present a case against the Union of South Africa. Chiefs of the Hereros,...  (258 words)
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  • T.N.T. Plan Gala Christmas Carnival [Articles]
    T.N.T. Plan Gala Christmas Carnival From Our Woman Correspondent CPARE Time and Talent Enterprises (T' N' T'), the voluntary organisation that has been collecting funds since April this year to send food parcels to Britain, are organising a gala Christmas carnival on December 4, at "Woodside" 59 Grange Road, the...  (437 words)
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  • GANDHI TRIAL TRAMING'CHARGE [Articles]
    GANDHI TRIAL TRAMING'CHARGE NEW DELHI, Sun. AST two of. the eight ac'u cused in the Oandhi murder trial alleged that they had been "framed" by the prosecution. V. D. Savarkar, former president of the Anti-Muslim All India Hindu Mahasabha organisation, said the prosecution "is frantically working fa implicate me by...  (151 words)
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  • Page 3 Advertisements

    • Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      Coolino as the whispr ring Cz^tidO^ttJ «T?i wind that gently plucks the petals from the roses m an English (m dawn. So immediate m its appeal Mi |»o lasting m its freshness true |/h| English lavender is still the happiest PM\ fragrance for all daytime hours. lliHi il And nowhere...  (201 words)
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    • Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
      Find the hidden ingredient m these melt-in-the-mouth biscuits! (J tioua Yoocan take it lor granted that McVitie and Pi« us« ftl uaa* On^ *k* Ver r ingredient* for these delicious biscuits. And yet, it take* more than the ingredients listed here t« M bake biscuiu to crispy fine and of...  (189 words)
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  • The Straits Times Singapore, Mon.. Nov. 22 1948. SOME FEDERAL POINTERS [Articles]
    The Straits Times Singapore, Mon.. Nov. 22 1948. SOME FEDERAL POINTERS Ten unoflk-ial member! and three Mentri Besars spoke m the debate on the Budget m the Federal Legislative Council last Thursday. All those speeches had to be reported by the Malayan newspapers m the same issue as that m...  (1073 words)
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  • Fifty year Ago [Articles]
    Fifty year Ago From the Straits Times of Nov. 22, 1898: In return for the kindness shewn them by the West Yorkshire Regiment during mobilization work m Singapore, the Malay States Guidr« are presenting the West Yorks. Mess with a silver model of a non-commission-ed officer of the M.S.G. The...  (59 words)
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  • MAN-IN-THE-STREET

    • Chinese In The Emergency: Kemaman Example [Letters]
      Chinese In The Emergency: Kemaman Example THE recent news that Chinese In Kemaman have provided help for Malay refugees, is very welcome reading amidst the tangled skein of Sino-Malay relations in the present emergency in Malaya. It shows the ever-helpful nature of the peaceful, lawabiding Chinese, which was also previously...  (593 words)
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    • ONE IN FIVE: JAP METHOD [Letters]
      ONE IN FIVE: JAP METHOD IT is surprising that the article by Selangor Planter" under the heading A COUNTRYMAN'S ANGER" should have been published by you at all. While your correspondent ha? been rightly Indignant about the crimes committed by the terrorists, his advocacy of. banishing one in every five...  (204 words)
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    • GUARDS ON PARADE [Letters]
      GUARDS ON PARADE T HAVE just returned from the funeral of two friends, who. with several employees were outnumbered and brutally murdered by terrorists. For the past many weeks the enemy have been allowed to operate with relative Impunity m that area, yet In the daily paper I notice the...  (203 words)
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    • A MALAY ON THE CHINESE [Letters]
      A MALAY ON THE CHINESE YTOUR correspondent, "Selangor Planter" under the heading, "A COUNTRYMAN'S ANGER" has done a great injustice to the Chinese in general. To use his own words, "Wherever any murder takes place. Information should be asked for In the surrounding district. If It Is not forthcoming, one...  (183 words)
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    • HIS LORDSHIP AND STAN [Letters]
      HIS LORDSHIP AND STAN Vf R. Walter Fletcher In his lecture to the Royal Empire Society does not fail to attempt some anti-Labour Government capital by his observation, "Some of my colleagues on the other side of the House who have made tours of as much as two months in...  (137 words)
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  • CHE MA WEAVES SARONGS IN HER HOME [Articles + Illustrations]
    CHE MA WEAVES SARONGS IN HER HOME ROY FERROA By YOU don't have to look like Dorothy Lamour to wear a sarong, and to those engaged m the sarong industry the products of their old-fashioned looms spell anything but Hollywood glamour and South Seas romance To the Malays of Kelantan...  (816 words)
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  • Page 4 Advertisements

    • Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      CLASSIFIED ADS. 1 L*E TAN- Tlr enuaKPrnent was announced on 21.11 48 between Qrontt I ,rr En* Koon son of Uv Ih> Mr Mrs. Lee Turn Yeow t.d n nhew of Mr. Mrs. Lee •1 m Sock and Alice Tan t*y CliMifr tlio only daughter of Mr lan Sweo He?....  (814 words)
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    • Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
      Office Clocks 8 days Swiss Lever 9" dial, aluminium case I 5411" dial. "6 14" dial. 102 12 months guarantee 16 Collyer Quay  (23 words)
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    • Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Advertisements]
      R.v.'j|falis ffI*^OPTICIfIN Fellow Institute Ophthhalmic Opticians (Eng) Fellow Worshipful Co. of Spectacle-Makers (Eng) Freeman of the City of London By Appointment to H.M. Forces, South East Asia. 6 Raffles Place Singapore Phone XXXXX mm showing a lovely Collection of Christmas Gifts and Costume Jewellery. dSBL'HOME' BATTERY <*^ CHARGERS Keep Car...  (138 words)
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  • WORKING FOR EDUCATIONAL UNITY [Articles]
    WORKING FOR EDUCATIONAL UNITY Cheeseman Tells Of Progress From Our Staff Correspondent JCUALA LUMPUR, Sunday, nil RING 1947 there was greater realisation by all teachers everywhere m Malaya of the need for all branches of education English, Malay, Chinese, Indian, technical and vocational to be integrated into the general educational...  (470 words)
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  • Untitled [Articles + Illustrations]
    A NEW Federal LecixlaUve Councillor Mr. F. 11. WilI'iumv of Kiml.i Lumpur. He Va* ■< iMiiiinl'-d in succession lo Mr A Wallich.  (21 words)
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  • Centres To Close [Articles]
    Centres To Close FI'HK rollowlni registration centre in Singapore are to l" closed shortly: i <i>.i! Road; 189-D, i J.il.m K.iyu. RAF. Base Em- i if Harbour i 493, Paalr Panjanf KoacJ; B c H C. Club New Bridge Road; Malay Set Moment Boys' Club. Jalan Btmot; Orange Koad Mar577,...  (149 words)
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  • SINGAPORE DEATH [Articles]
    SINGAPORE DEATH Mr I A. Rodgers. chief clerk at Rengam Estate m Johore (or 28 yean, died yesterday two months after his retirement at the home of his daughter m Racecourse Road, Singapore He was 72.  (36 words)
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  • 'Undefended Villagers' [Articles]
    'Undefended Villagers' MALAY NEWS From Our .Malay Correspondent WARTA Negara, the Penang Malay newspaper. In a leading article, expresses apprehension for the safety of Malay villagers, to whom the terrorists have recently turnfd their attention. The paper says: "The unarmed and undefended Malays m many CMM, have been compelled to...  (101 words)
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  • Challenge Cup For Dancers [Articles]
    Challenge Cup For Dancers Mr. Victor Ong and Miss Lucy Ec, who won the 1948 Singapore Professional Dance I Championship on Saturday night, received the K. L. Llm Challenge Cup and a $200 cash prize at the Happy World 1 Cabaret last night. i Twelve eup.s and cash prizes given...  (96 words)
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  • DANCE IN AID OF CHILDREN [Articles]
    DANCE IN AID OF CHILDREN In aid of the Singapore Handicapped Children's Fund, a dance will be held tonight by the Singapore Auxiliary Police Officers' Mess in the old S.V.C. Drill Hall in Beach Road. It will be under the patronage of Lady Gimson, wife of the Singapore Governor. Music...  (77 words)
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  • Cold Store Glad Of Decontrol [Articles]
    Cold Store Glad Of Decontrol OINjGAPORE Cold Storage's re-emergence as an independent importer of meat has meant a considerable drop m retail prices from those charged when the Joint Supply Board was the sole importer, according to the company's chairman (Mr. J. M. Prescott.) He told the annual meeting in...  (421 words)
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  • Untitled [Articles + Illustrations]
    AMONG the crowd who listened to the beating of the rrtreat on the Kuala Lumpur padang on Saturday morning were the wives and children of Gurkha troops.— Straits Times picture.  (30 words)
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  • Marella Sold For £80,000 [Articles]
    Marella Sold For £80,000 After more than 20 years on the Singapore-Australia service, the 6,480-ton Burns Philip liner Marella will arrive at Singapore tomorrow to be handed over to new owners. She has been bought for £80.000 by a South American shipping company and will be renamed Captain Marcos a*...  (67 words)
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    PLANE SALVAGED The Royal Singapore Flying Club's Tiger Moth In which Mr. O. S. Connochie, a ship's officer of the Straits Steamship Co. crashed on Saturday, has been salvaged from the Singapore Roads.  (33 words)
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  • Detective Says, I Was Arrested In Bed [Articles]
    Detective Says, I Was Arrested In Bed LEONG Thin, the Singapore detective corporal charged by the Anti-Corruption Department I with extortion* of $300 from a Chinese, told the j District Judge (Mr. E. P. Shanks) yesterday that he was arrested while he was asleep m his house, after eating ham...  (319 words)
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  • BABY IN LINER DIES: SMALLPOX [Articles]
    BABY IN LINER DIES: SMALLPOX From Our Staff Correspondent PENANG. Sun. PETER Beard, aged two-and-a-half months, died from smallpox at the Penang General Hospital this morning. Peter disembarked with his Australian parents from the Carthage last week and was found to have the disease. Since then, the Penang medical authorities...  (61 words)
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  • Immigrants Returned To Singapore [Articles]
    Immigrants Returned To Singapore A TRANS-OCEANIC Airways fly.ng boat, carrying 36 Italian immigrants to Australia, took off from Kallang, Singapore, this weekend and returned two hours later after the port inboard motor engine had failed. The aircraft will remain m Singapore until another engine is flown on from Australia. It...  (107 words)
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  • P.W.D. EXAM RESULTS [Articles]
    P.W.D. EXAM RESULTS From Our Own Correspondent JOHORE BAHRU Sun. THE results of the PWD Federation of Malays technical examination, held In August, have Just been announced and are as follows: First Examination Prnang P.W:— Lee Heng Chiak. Selangor:— Ng K>ng Thion. P. T. Arasu. Johore:— Sved Idrus i,:n Montel...  (126 words)
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  • AN INTEREST STIMULATED [Articles]
    AN INTEREST STIMULATED I AS I night Mrs. Willy Bloii Hanson repeated the show nt dancing which she gave on Saturday at the Victoria Theatre m aid of the United Nations Appeal for Children. The programme was largely that with which she made her debut here three months ago. It.'...  (295 words)
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    ART AND HANDWORK: Outstanding at the St. Joseph's Institution's first post-war art and handwork exhibition was this screen painted by Mervyn Cornelius (left). On the right is Brother Charles of St. Joseph's Institution. Straits Times picture.  (36 words)
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  • Festival Of English Church Music [Articles]
    Festival Of English Church Music A LARGE congregation, including the Governor of Singapore, Sir Franklin Gimson, attended the Festival of English Church Music m St. Andrews Cathedral last night. The cathedral choir, with the choirs of St. Hilda's and St. Paul's, sang hymns, chants and anthems. Mr. E. C. S....  (225 words)
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  • "NO FUTURE UNLESS... [Articles]
    "NO FUTURE UNLESS... Unless India indi-stralises herself very last, and brings up-to-date, by scientific applances, her agricultmal work, there is no future for the country. This vas told L he Straits Times last night by the exPrime Minis' er of Travancore Sir C. P. Ramasvtsmi Aiyar, who arrvied m Singapore...  (77 words)
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  • BOAC Survey Flight To Borneo [Articles]
    BOAC Survey Flight To Borneo A SPECIAL 8.0.A.C flight will leave pore this morning for Born < with a vifw to openin;.; up new route to Labuan, J< j ton and Sandakan. The Far East m; j BOAC, Mr. A. D. Bennett, and 1 the technical manager «.f Malayan Airways,...  (109 words)
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  • 2 SCHOOL SHIPS FOR HOLIDAYS [Articles]
    2 SCHOOL SHIPS FOR HOLIDAYS |Uokk than 250 scl ren will arrive m Singapore from Australia next month m the Blue Funnel ships Charon and Gorgon to spend the Christinas and New Year ho ivs with their parents m M; Both these vessels will be "children's ships." Special reservations have...  (98 words)
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      S'MCHOKW 'j PURE MANILA HOPE ■1 V a CW£ MOS7MOPERNANP EFFfC/EWIVEQt//PPEP COPPAGEFACTOKV/N THE OR/EN r, WITH ALMOSFA CENTUPYOFEXPEt/CNCE STOCKS AIWAYS AVAILABLE FROM SOLE AGENTS I CHIN HOC CO. J 40 PPHIUIP ST, S'PORf.- PHONES 5138.75A6 XXXXX Jf r Ensign's X MAS BAZAAR Unprecedented Variety of Stocks for Adults and Children...  (84 words)
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      Rain, Rain, Go Away ICome Again Another Day BUT IN THE MEANTIME YOU MUST HAVE PROTECTION AGAINST THE VAGARIES OF LOCAL WEATHER. WE HAVE A LARGE RANGE OF LADIES RAINCOATS CAPES IN PLASTICS AND INDIANA. ASSORTED SHADE. LADIES' $15.00 to $36.50 CHILDREN'S $5.50 to $25.00 if SIN <3*aTo RE? KUALA...  (81 words)
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  • China, Rubber Drop & Income Tax Dull The Markets [Articles]
    China, Rubber Drop Income Tax Dull The Markets From A Market Correspondent MALAYAN share deal- ings last week were characterised by dull markets and small volume. Nervousness over the situation in China and the further decline in rubber caused liquidation, largely by holders at Home. Local Investors, confronted witb income...  (555 words)
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    "GHOST CAR:" Made for exhibition, this steel and perspex car was shown at the International Motor Show m London. It cost £5,000 and is earmarked for demonstration m export markets. Reuter picture.  (32 words)
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  • Straits Times To Publish "Buku Merah" [Articles]
    Straits Times To Publish "Buku Merah" THE Straits Times, by arrangement with Fraser and Neave (pre-war publishers of more than 60 issues of the "Buku Merah"), will compile and publish the Singapore and Malayan Directory in the complete and comprehensive form that former subscribers will remember. Sections include Singapore, Penang...  (137 words)
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  • Business In America Unsettled [Articles]
    Business In America Unsettled NEW YORK. Sun. CTRIKES, bad weather and v renewed consumer resistance to high prices left American business condition* sllßhtly unsettled last week Industrial production av«raged well but the string of post-war records turned In recently by steel, crude oil and other heavy industries was at an...  (301 words)
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  • RUBBER CROPS [Articles]
    RUBBER CROPS HARRISONS Crosfleld (Malaya) announce the following October rubber output*. In lbs.: Allenby 42.000; Benta Estate 72,000; Jeram Kuan tan Est. 1 45,000: Kundong Estat 44.000; Mentakab 95.000; Sungei Ba«an 111,000; Sandycroft 19.000; Tanlone Pau Est. 49.000.  (38 words)
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  • RUBBER MARKET PROGRESS [Articles]
    RUBBER MARKET PROGRESS From Our Own Correspondent LONDON, Sunday. A LEADING Mincing Lane firm, commenting on the improved tone m the rubber market, says that although trade opinion is pessimistic surplus production has hitherto been taken care of by the excellent trade demand and stock-piling. The amount of free stock...  (340 words)
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    CARONIA'S COMMANDER: Captain D. W. Sorrell. When Cunard-White Star's new 34,000-ton Caronia sails from Southampton on her maiden voyage to New York, on Jan. 4, he will be on the bridge. The liner was launched by Princess Elizabeth. Reuter picture.  (40 words)
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  • Nipah Distilleries [Articles]
    Nipah Distilleries From Our Own Correspondent LONDON. Sun. A me ting of creditors of Nlpah Distilleries of Malaya is beins: held at the London offices of Henry Waugh Company on D:c. 7 to consider the nomination of a liquidator and the appointment of committee of inspection.  (46 words)
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  • HOPES OF A RALLY [Articles]
    HOPES OF A RALLY From Our Own Correspondent LONDON. Bun. RUBBER nas remained In the doldrums, small sales again having exaggerated the effect upon prices owing to a continued lack of support, says The Financial Times. Commenting on the past week's operations, it says opinion is most generally bearish, and...  (119 words)
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  • 5% DIV. FOR BORNEO CO. [Articles]
    5% DIV. FOR BORNEO CO. From Our Own Correspondent LONDON, Sun. THE Borneo Company Is re- suming dividend payments on Ordinary capital, after a six-year lapse, with a distribution of five per cent. A preliminary statement shows a net profit, after providing £208,988 for tax, of £135.602 (against £47,022 the...  (65 words)
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  • X.M.S. RUBBER DIV. [Articles]
    X.M.S. RUBBER DIV. KM.S. (Malay States) Rubber Plantations' directors recommend a dividend of lOd per unit m respect of the year to June. 30. The dividend. If approved, will be nald on Dec. 31.  (34 words)
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      Phone }I5«^T AIR-CONDITIONED TODAY! 11 >'»•: 2 P m- 4.15. 6.30 9.15 BRITAIN'S No. I GOOMP BK//VGS YOU LAUGHTER UNLIMITED] GeOKOE $N THE* 4 HOME GUARD /sW'^%\ fORMBY J-j^p TC^AVI II a.m.: US: 4.15: MS* A mCHAEVBAVc^N* rBODUCTIOR J g gpfct l rSARABAND/&rr SARABAND/&r g^g^^ ll^ B3?fl fc\ STEW\Rt'«UCER E...  (266 words)
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      f> WHOPPING If ENTERTAINMENT gSt Di€ h Ha Y mes i Bef *y Grable t stars: Alice faye, Carmen Miranda CHANGE! 9 rj^sSrih BUSTER COLUMBIA'S CRABBE ITJ" 1^! ■ril I'IUJ'M w/ /e Henry P0"P 0 I M v vopEm EDWARD EVERETT HORTON Georp Barbisr Presented by 20th Century-Fox 4 TIMES...  (210 words)
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      RADIO MALAYA SINGAPORE 1.00 Radio Orchestra; 1.30 News; 1.45 Dance Music; 2.00 Close; 8.15 News; 8.30 Movie Magazine; 9.00 At Your Request; 9.30 News; 9.45 World Affairs commentary by Allington Kennard; 10.00 Music for You: 10.30 Dance Music. 11.00 News. Close. KUALA LUMPUR 1.00 As Spore; 2.00 Clus*; b. 30...  (85 words)
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      BFEBf 6.77 Mc/s. 11.85 Mc/s, 15 30 Mo/« 9.69 Me/s per second 4.45 p.m. English: Light Music: S 30 The Debate Continues; 5.45 Symphony Concert; 6.30 Home News from Britain (BBC); 6.45 Indonesian; 7.15 English; 7.45 Siamese; 8.30 English; 8.45 Dutch (BBC): 9.00 Kuoyu (BBC); 9.30 Burmese (BBC); 9.45 English:...  (82 words)
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      poser of the Week; 6.30 World News; 7.00 Music to Charm: 7.30 The Australian Story; 8.00 Singers and Their Songs; 8.30 News; 9.00 Pacific Mall Bag; 9.30 Everyman's Music: 10.00 Australian News: 10.30 Music for Millions: 11.00 News; 11.30 Talk: 11.45 Close BBC OVERSEAS 19.61: 25-3: 30.98 and 44 31...  (97 words)
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  • CEYLON TURNS DO WN SO VIET OFFER TO BUY ENTIRE RUBBER OUTPUT [Articles]
    CEYLON TURNS DO WN SO VIET OFFER TO BUY ENTIRE RUBBER OUTPUT COLOMBO, Sunday. RUSSIA'S offer to buy the entire rubber output of Ceylon m bulk has been turned down by the Government of Ceylon according to an authoritative spokesman m Colombo. Both Britain and the United States, It is...  (196 words)
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  • London Stocks [Articles]
    London Stocks LONDON, Sun. COUTH African Minings w provided the main interest on the London Stock Exchange at the week-end, says Reuters financial correspondent. Rubbers and Tins were generally firm and unchanged. Speculative and investment buying continued for Free State and other South African developing companies and sharp i is.'«...  (217 words)
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  • PATANI PARA PLANTATIONS [Articles]
    PATANI PARA PLANTATIONS from Our Own Correspondent LONDON. Sun. pATANI Para Plantat ons' chairman i Mr. A. P. Hadow; explains m h;8 annual statement hew last y-.ar's working showed a satisfactory improvement despite adverse factors. The average gross price leceived for the company's crop was ».49d. per lb. against 10.53...  (120 words)
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  • JERAM KUANTAN: FORWARD SALES [Articles]
    JERAM KUANTAN: FORWARD SALES JERAM Ku&ntan Rubber Estate has made forward sales of 120 ■f«is of No. 1 R. 8.8. rubber for delivery of 10 tons monthly throughout 1949 at an average price of 40.42 cents per lb. (o.b. Malayan ocean ports m b^les.  (44 words)
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  • Chinese Marine Risks Refused [Articles]
    Chinese Marine Risks Refused TIENTSIN, Sun. FOREIGN marine under- writers at Tientsin refuse to accept war risk insurance on cargo and personal effect* consigned aboard Chinese ships. The refusal is a result of frequent commandeering of Chinese ships by the Nationalist Army. One British underwriting agent said his Instructions had...  (58 words)
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  • OUTLOOK FOR TAPAH [Articles]
    OUTLOOK FOR TAPAH GIVEN a fair price for Its rubber, reasonable costs, peace and freedom from terrorism and violence, Tapah Rubber Estates may look forward to the future with confidence, says the chairman Mr. H. D Mundell. In his statement for the annual meeting on rriday he says net profit...  (288 words)
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  • Tronoh Mines And ECA [Articles]
    Tronoh Mines And EC A From Our Own Correspondent LONDON. Sun. T'RONOH Mines' chairman i\lr. J. H. Rchi referred to the E.C.A. agreement bet»t,n Britain and the United Staies in hi* speech at the annual meeting. It was well known, he *aid that the United States was anxious to build...  (151 words)
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  • Week-End Rubber

    • London Rubber [Articles]
      London Rubber No. 1 h S.S. ell. European basis orw, m pence, (iw»-». Nov. 18. X"v 1U lov buyer 11 1/18 10 15 1U lov. seller 11 U rov-Dec. buyer 11 1/16 10 15/lfl [ov.-Dec. seller 11 11 «c.-Jan. buyer 11 1/16 10 IS.'lfl >ec.-Jarf. aeller 1111 11 Market: Steady.  (50 words)
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    • New York Rubber [Articles]
      New York Rubber In US. cenw. closing, nominal: Nov. 18. Nov. 19. 1 R.S.B. (Spot) 20S 30** Market: Very Steady. —Strait* Times Service.  (23 words)
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  • South. Kinta: £413,706 On Rehabilitation [Articles]
    South. Kinta: £413,706 On Rehabilitation TIN COMPANIES From Our Own Correspondent LONDON, Sunday. SOUTHERN Kinta Consolidated, up to the end of last March, had spent £413,708 on tion of its properties. Against this £344,834 had been advanced by the Malayan Government. Perhaps the most satisfactory feature of the year, says...  (229 words)
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  • TIN-ORE OUTPUTS [Articles]
    TIN-ORE OUTPUTS CUNGEI Kint* Tin Dredging ■3 produced 401 piculs of tinore m October. IPOH Tin Dredging's No. 3 dredge (Puchong section) produced 394 Dlculs of tin-ore m October TALAM Mines produced 476 piculs of tin-ore m October.  (38 words)
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  • MALAYSIAM'S PROGRAMME [Articles]
    MALAYSIAM'S PROGRAMME Prom Our Own Correspondent LONDON, Bun. TLIALAY^iAM Tn's director* have decided to embark on a n«v mining programme. At the annual meeting in London the chairman <V ecount Ellbank) told shareh.) \Uis thai for some months the company's mining agents and eng-.ncers in M*laya (Osbome and Chapptb had...  (145 words)
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  • SUNGEI WAY DREDGING [Articles]
    SUNGEI WAY DREDGING SUNOEI Way Dredgings directors recommend a dividend of 10 per cent., less Malayan Income tax at 20 per cent., for the year to Jane 30. payable on Dec. 1. British Income tax will be deducted from the resulting amount after deduction of Malayan tax. This is the...  (74 words)
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      MAMSFIELO CO., LTD. (Ineorpoiateo m Mngapore) BLUE FUI4NKL UNB STRAITS STEAMSHIP CO.. •Carrier i option to proceed »ia .th.r LTD p.rt, and discharge car,. SAILINCS FROM UK A USA 'Mantin" for Muar Ne* 23 "Serpedon' from UK C 42/43 "Mentakab" for Malacca He». 23 •li.rym.don" from UK. In Peit "Serempang...  (1261 words)
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      PRESIDENT LINES Cenerai Passengtr Agenl to NoMh*est Mrlinat SAILINCS TO NEW TORK AND BOSTON via INDIA ECYPT MFDITERRANEAN PORTS Th, SS P-esidert Cleveland and fn4 c,,.,,, Cordon and S> Cneral America 't Finest Host >Vai -uxury Meigt for tew COM trans-pacifie Liners Fast Luxurious oa«.senger 0,.o enEe travel service rj.tw.en...  (234 words)
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      EAST ASIATIC LINE SAILINGS fROM SCANOINA V,A .U < < 1 ""sCANOINAV.T 1"^1 CONTININT LSMttnt f vgaoore fort >vkettenham m.s "Kambodia' due abt. Oec 4 m.s "Lalandia due abt Nov 10 "v Colombo Aden Poit Said, -or Sairv, Bangkok AVjxgn*!.. Cenoa^^Tang,.,. »-s "Malacca" due abt Dee 24 terdam, Hamburg Os!r....  (315 words)
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      McALISTER «c CO., LTD (incorporated m Sngapotfll ILLERMAN efc BUCKNALL KLAVENESS LIMB HAVRE, LONDON. ROTTEROAM CANADIAN PACIFIC PORTS HAMBURG. Accepting cargo lor U!> North Atlantic Accepting cs-go for Centul t- ScjUJ Ports 6 Canada v,a Colombo ArTlincjn portJ CITY Of LUCKNOW S poie P Sham Penang Due Singapore Oue 20...  (1015 words)
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  • LAW TEIK HOCK STEALS THE SHOW [Articles]
    LAW TEIK HOCK STEALS THE SHOW LEE SIEW YEE, Bj Straits Times Staff SendffimToUK' Yells Crowd Koporter [AW Teik Hock, the Penan)? champion, stole J the thunder of the Malayan Thomas Cup team at yesterday's badminton exhibition and staked I strong claim as a last-minute choice for the tour. After...  (613 words)
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  • Thomas Cup Squad [Articles + Illustrations]
    Thomas Cup Squad i MALAYA'S THOMAS CiJP BADMINTON RAM, who playrd exhibition matches at the S.V.C. Drill Hall yestercUy, are seen with their manager, Mr. Li m Chuan '.eok president of the Badminton Association of Malaya. From !<> ft to right standing): Chan Ron Leong (Selangor) Won* Pen* Soon (Singapore)....  (79 words)
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  • HONG KONG WIN [Articles]
    HONG KONG WIN HONG KONO, Sun.— \U 3 -«i' j :y <. i AM artci In-ui B ai <!1J for 2 iLer. 10fl not -i S rvice« w*r« dt-Tlssed llr 78  (30 words)
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  • Sports Diary [Articles]
    Sports Diary TODAY HOCKEY: S K.C. v. \.< SHKin— S.K.( R N. l'oiice v. R A.K. »<•!. tar Naval n< B O.I» A. v. 5.A.0.8.A— St. George's Ed; 0.8.C. Combined College* RafTKt. «'»il«v'; Ktuka AMB. t. Tost I r*-ie«mph at. GcorgnS M; O H.Q. SiKnal Re^l Fn? n*et. Tanifllii RI'GBV-...  (53 words)
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  • Fox Certain To Be Champion Trainer [Articles]
    Fox Certain To Be Champion Trainer l^v tJehOM JitF l G >iv inners and earning for his owjitrs >i In ad\ (>rtiscd gtakea at tlie Singapor« i Cluh Winter 'leetins, Lt-Col. T. L. Fox is now I liable position on top of the winning' tra ner»' Itsi or the 1948...  (175 words)
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  • Cut Out Sport Say Express Readers [Articles]
    Cut Out Sport Say Express Readers From VEBNON MORGAN OPORTS editors in Britain and large numbers of the British sporting public had a great shork last week when they saw the result of the vote mken by the Daily Express/ the nations largest <'•"<. newspaper, of its readers as to...  (419 words)
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  • MALACCA WIN [Articles]
    MALACCA WIN KUALA LU.MPt'P, Sun. MALACCA triumphed by two l goals to one over Perafc In an Inter-State rmatch p;ayed Inc. Benjamin. Carvalho Malacca's star player In the forwwd line, scored the tinnlnp goal a minute befor« timt.  (38 words)
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  • Badminton Practices Every Night [Articles]
    Badminton Practices Every Night rllE Malayan Thomas Cup team, beginning today, vill hold nightly practices ;U the Clerical L'uion Hall during which combinations v :ll be tried out for the purpose of selecting the d";iblcs pairs for thp cmnp tition. The tear., will give another exhibition at a date to...  (68 words)
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  • Scotland v. Rest Golf [Articles]
    Scotland v. Rest Golf V 1 B i c. '4) aB Dd U. W. D I and S. ~,<wi-io >: i h. B. I fC. Sr.a! CM hi rt! V I •i fl l6< Ml H. J L. E. O. end' 3 rd< <- v (I); a I J v....  (110 words)
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  • SOSC Want Site For Stadium [Articles]
    SOSC Want Site For Stadium r£ Singapore Olympic and Sports Council have issued a report In which possible BitM for a spoils stadium In Singapore are mentioned. These Include Anson Road, larrer Park, Balnstier Road. liniHemard Road (Kallane), Serangoon Rond tnd Mi Thereon Road. The report states that an application...  (114 words)
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  • Medicals Win Tratman Cup [Articles]
    Medicals Win Tratman Cup THE Thomas Cup playats, Llm Kee Foug ard Law Telk Hock participated In e.xitfbltion mat at Ui Hosplta: Assia- tar.t*' Unl; Hall yesterday at the bariroir.ton competition between the Raffles and Radical Colleges for the Trataian tropl after Prof. E. K. T;.\tirar. Pro-Jc-5... .'i D i...  (205 words)
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  • UK FOOTBALL LEAGUE TABLES [Articles]
    UK FOOTBALL LEAGUE TABLES v i. ISU* I I 1 MVISION 1 P W D L X A pU 18 10 6 2 31. 27 2G 18 9 6 'i 29 14 24 18 9 5 4 VI U 23 4 37 18 8 5 80 25 21 W 18...  (960 words)
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  • Police Cup Final Ends In Draw [Articles]
    Police Cup Final Ends In Draw YESTERDAY SI cut> Mi Tl > inline .Sc hi"*>l "B" C inuan. Auxiliary P in Singopniiuon each plac- with took I P P"h. Pra!n!n? pc»er. I Training School mttki utaa Aln^"* rr.r.fl hu i.lm Kirn Kb Imer ■'■> lon c/ano. Hrn ...i htstto K<»«....  (62 words)
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  • Draw At Karachi [Articles]
    Draw At Karachi KARACHI Sunday tphk hree-ttoy natcta >-■ 1 ndlM aitM n ■"HM n i {r-v.v MR today a< and M se\'en fieol and ttM W'sr, Indies W4 f'v ima itod. ir.d 81 for two  (35 words)
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  • DEATH [Obituaries]
    DEATH ROtX>BRa At 40 Racecourse •/> fMltrdajf Mr I. A.. Rodgers, ■i., ot clerk Mnlaya General OB """^ni F'tnle. Cortege I <■•• «ir t*<lv >f L/)urdes at 8 pm Puitoi *t Bldadarl at 5.30 p.m.  (33 words)
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